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Today we finish the driving portion of our road trip. We finish in Boston with a couple days to relax and sight see. This morning started with 21 degrees (f) at sunrise and quickly warmed up to 41 degrees (f) by 8am when we were loaded up and heading down the road. I did have to scrape the windshield before we could set off for Boston. Breakfast was at the hotel and was again a real challenge. I appreciate the effort the hotels go to ...
... chowder, Ed had a bagel and Ian had a chilli dog (and indigestion/coronary). Post lunch we looked at the shops and then decided to skip the first half of the trail and pick it up again. As I walked along, Ian asked if I knew where I was going. Ha! I did a sharp 90 degree turn and he looked worriedly at me and asked what are you doing - following the trail and he then noticed the red brick line. The big highway over bridges which existed twenty ...
... not come..especially with my Honey. (I will be so bummed if I don’t get to see those churches I wanted to see)
4) We became jay walkers today.
5) Government shutdown still stinks…did not get to see USS Constitution museum today!
Positive ending: We made it home finally on the last train… AND… Boston’s architecture and history is AMAZING! Hopefully I get to see more in the next day..or two!!
Uh oh: Train ...
The trolley soon arrived and returned us to our hotel - after showing us several historical sites that included cemeteries, called burying grounds, where several famous early Americans, such as Benjamin Franklin, were interred. For dinner we decided to try the much referred Legal Sea Foods, which was located just a short walk from the hotel on Long Wharf in Boston Harbor. After a not short wait (during which time ...
... and homeless people. Put the two
together and you get a man singing “can anyone spare any change”
like Louie Armstrong.
Whilst in Boston we purchased probably
the best ever invention devised by a human being: A self portrait pole, combine
this with a camera with panorama mode and John, and we have a game of
“where’s John”: see if you can find all three in the panoramas...